Professor’s novel praised by NYT

Writing, literature, and publishing professor Megan Marshall’s biographic novel Margaret Fuller: A New American Life was awarded a spot on the New York Times’ list of the 100…

Troupes prepare for Skidmore comedy fest

When asked what they’re most eager about in regard to the upcoming Skidmore Comfest, sophomore Justin Cordua of This is Pathetic joked that troupe member Brendan Mulally is most…

Love Notes: Surviving the Break

Does your significant other seem a bit more annoying now than he or she did last month? Does the pressure of finals and the long winter break have you on the verge of a nervous breakdown and…

Deck the halls and bake the cookies

It’s that time of year again. The Christmas lights on Boston Common have been strung. The tree at Faneuil Hall is lit. And Starbucks is featuring peppermint mochas instead of pumpkin…

Health Matters: Making the holidays count

With Thanksgiving right around the corner, the holiday season is officially upon us. From festive parties to family gatherings, it is the time of year when traditions and fun take…

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College games help feed the hungry

The sky was a cloudless pale blue and everything was quiet. The city was calm, except for the softball fields on Boston Common, where a group of nearly 20 Emerson students gathered for the…

One Month, 50,000 Words

Keyboards are clacking all through these November nights as writers race to complete National Novel Writing Month, affectionately known as NaNoWriMo. With bloodshot eyes and blank stares,…